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I Ain't Gonna Spray Lettuce No More

'I Ain't Gonna Spray Lettuce No More' - Season 4, Episode 3

Alan gets a meeting to ask his boss for a raise, but instead quits his job without first consulting Amy. Meanwhile, fearing for his financial security, Shawn teaches Cory how to handle being poor.

Air Date: October 4, 1996.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: Eighteen dollars for socks? Come on, man!
Store owner: They are thermal, they are double layered and they are fully moisture proof.
Mr. Feeny: They are eighteen dollars and they are socks. I'm a teacher, not a heart surgeon.

Quote from Cory

Alan: One day I hope to open my own business. Then Eric can come work for me.
Eric: Hear that? I'm gonna be responsible for the well-being of this family.
Cory: Bye-bye house.

Quote from Shawn

Cory: You sure there's nothing to worry about?
Shawn: Cory, it's shampoo. They only test it on humans to say they don't test it on animals.

Quote from Eric

Eric: Hey dad, how great is this? I'm going to be working for you.
Amy: I'm glad you feel that way, Eric, because we're going to have to tap into your college fund to pay for this.
Eric: Hey dad, how great is this? You're going to be working for me.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Eric: This weekend the Matthews men are attending the Be Your Own Boss Franchise Opportunity Exposition Extravaganza at the airport Comfort Inn.
Mr. Feeny: Where dreams are born.

Quote from Shawn

Shawn: And to think you were my only rich friend.
Cory: Comfortable. Never rich.
Shawn: Indoor plumbing? Rich.

Quote from Alan

Cory: Dad, keep your wallet open. I got pictures, too.
Alan: What grade are you in?
Cory: Eleven.
Alan: We've got enough of you.

Quote from Eric

Eric: Dad, you can't quit. I can't support this family. I am not a monkey!

Mr. Feeny: I think I will buy that pair of socks.
Former store owner: Oh, sure. Wait till I sell the store, then you buy something.

Alan: Hey, George! Welcome to our new shop.
Mr. Feeny: Really?
Alan: Mmm-hmm.
Mr. Feeny: Ah, congratulations, Alan. Do you mind if I browse a bit?
Alan: No, of course. Pick something out, you'll be our first sale.
Former store owner: Not likely.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: So, Mr. Matthews, how does it feel to be back in the old school hall?
Eric: They miss me, don't they?
Mr. Feeny: Oh, yes. We've brought in a crisis counselor to help the students deal with their loss.
Eric: Well, I think that's a great way to begin the healing process. Oh, you weren't serious.
Mr. Feeny: No.

Quote from Eric

Eric: It wasn't just any job. It was the Gap. I mean, if anybody should be working at the Gap, it's me. I mean, look. I'm Gap, all Gap! Even when I'm in the shower, I'm Gap!
Amy: You didn't put that on your application, did you?
Eric: No. They said I wasn't qualified. I told them a monkey could work there.

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